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Save the Date – Time Bank Potluck

Save the Date – Time Bank Potluck

Join Our Time Bank for the March potluck on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at the Culver Palms United Methodist Church at 4464 Sepulveda Blvd.  Not just a potluck gathering, it's also an orientation for those wishing to find out more about time banking, and an exchange for items you are willing to part with. Porluck at noon, orientation 1:30-2:30 p.m. and Swap - Exchange at the same event. If you [...]

Spontaneous Combustion Choir – Sing it This Weekend!

Spontaneous Combustion Choir – Sing it This Weekend!

What could be more fun than spontaneous combustion ? Well, singing about it tops the list. Spontaneous Combustion Choir is a group of singers creating instant a capella chorale music, built upon a series of easy to follow improvisation exercises invented by Overtone Industries' Artistic Director O-Lan Jones. There are two performances this weekend - Saturday March 7 at 8 pm at the Rachel [...]

Just a Thought – The Upward Spiral

Just a Thought – The Upward Spiral

It's a very good feeling when people who are big in your business affirm that your philosophy is the way to go. Focusing on what's good - is good. While I don't agree with Ariana Huffington's business strategy, it's incontestable that she has presence. She sent out a memo last month that at the HuffPost "... we will continue to cover the stories of what's not working—political dysfunction, [...]

Nedra Wheeler to Headline Double M Jazz at MCLM

Nedra Wheeler to Headline Double M Jazz at MCLM

This weekend, the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum will be celebrating International Women's Day with one of the greatest jazz musicians ever; the Queen of Bass, Nedra Wheeler, leading the Nedra Wheeler Ensemble.  Sunday March 8, 2015. Doors open at 12:30, and there will be an interview with Nedra from 1:00 to 1:30 before the concert begins at 2:00. Nedra is a recipient of the 2006 Jazz Legend [...]

CCHS Booster Club Casino Night Tix on Sale Now

CCHS Booster Club Casino Night Tix on Sale Now

Culver City High School Booster Club its 8th Annual Casino Night from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 7, at Veterans Memorial Auditorium at 4117 Overland Avenue. The CCHS Booster Club provides vital funds to all athletic teams and all school clubs, including uniforms, buses, training, equipment and more! Half of each ticket sold goes back to the team accounts. Tickets are $35 - in [...]

Honey Creates “Preservation” at Kopelkin Gallery

Honey Creates “Preservation” at Kopelkin Gallery

Nude models are encased in a viscous gold-hued goo in the eerie and visually striking portrait series Preservation by photographer Blake Little. Little achieved the effect by dousing his models in gallons of honey. In the resulting images, the models resembled creatures preserved in amber, hence the project title. Little has created a photo book for the series. The series is also the subject [...]

WWaD – If You Missed the Walk, Don’t Miss the Talk

WWaD – If You Missed the Walk, Don’t Miss the Talk

If you missed this month's Walk With a Doc event, you don't need to miss the talk that went with it. Vital information in regard to the California measles outbreak was offered by Dr. Jeff Penso, noted local pediatrician. Anyone who has not been vaccinated is at risk of getting measles. Early measles symptoms include high fever, cough, runny nose, and red, watery eyes. 90 percent of people [...]

Culver City Symphony to Present Parness Concerto Winner @ ‘For Young Musicians’ Feb. 28

Culver City Symphony to Present Parness Concerto Winner @ ‘For Young Musicians’ Feb. 28

This weekend will see the next Culver City Symphony Concert 'For Young Musicians' on Saturday, February 28 2015, 8:00PM Matthew Hetz, the President of the CCSO, offered, "After our Jan. 31, 2015, concert of smaller forces with the string orchestra, for this concert we present the full symphony orchestra in intimate Veterans Memorial Auditorium for a big sound in a smallish space. Plus, in our [...]

Hidden Colors at MCLM

Hidden Colors at MCLM

Join MCLM for a screening of the eye-opening 2011 documentary, Hidden Colors, from New York Times bestselling author and social commentator, Tariq Nasheed. This Saturday Feb. 28 at 4 pm at the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum, Hidden Colors will be presented as a part of the Black Talkies Film Series. This first part of an ongoing series, Hidden Colors explores the untold history of people of [...]

Safe Routes to School Schedules Family Fun Ride

Safe Routes to School Schedules Family Fun Ride

The Culver City Walk & Rollers’ Safe Routes to School program (SRTS) is looking forward to seeing many more families walking, biking, rolling, and scooting to school this year. In it’s second year of operation, Culver City Walk & Rollers will be hosting a variety of safety workshops and monthly events as the city-wide SRTS continues to grow. This month, an informational packet is [...]

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